Saturday Apr 12
Prospect Global Lowers Debt, But Loses Its NASDAQ Listing
By Nick Worth Paring its senior unsecured debt from $153 million down to $25 million last December was a major accomplishment for Prospect Global Resources Inc. , but now the company has announced a further reduction in the amount it owes to The Karlsson Group, having just inked a deal to lower the amount owed down to $15 million in cash.
County Offers To Handle Taylor Municipal Elections
By Naomi Hatch There are six municipalities in Navajo County and of those, Taylor and Holbrook are the only ones that do not use Navajo County Elections Services to conduct local elections.
State General Fund Is Expected To Have $202 Million Shortfall In '16
By Tammy Gray It's deja vu all over again for the state of Arizona's economic forecast, as a general fund shortfall is forecast for fiscal year 2016, despite revenues that are slowly, but steadily increasing.
Route 66 News
Holbrook marketing Route 66 more aggressively
The Route 66 town of Holbrook, Ariz., is going to tout its Mother Road ties even more in the coming months, including a new festival, according to an article in the Arizona Journal .
Holbrook Council Approves Override Election
By Nick Worth The Holbrook City Council unanimously approved a resolution for a one-time override of the state imposed expenditure limitation during a special meeting Tuesday night.
Jackie Othel Reynolds
Jackie Othel Reynolds went to be with the Lord on Sunday, March 30, 2014, after a courageous fight with cancer.
Mother Road Calls To New Generation
By Linda Kor There's no more iconic road trip in the U.S. than the one taken along historic Route 66. Although there are only remnants remaining of what was once the most heavily traveled highway in the country, the attraction to the kitschy aspects that remain along the still existing portions of the road hold an undeniable attraction for ... (more)
Our Heritage In Photos
Photo courtesy of the Old Trails Museum Chief Joe Sekakuku , pictured here in the early 1950s with Mayor Floyd Whipple and two unidentified ladies, was a prominent Winslow civic supporter.